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It’s time once again to look through the Tachoblog Tribe’s windscreens as Tachoblog presents this week’s View From The Cab.

We begin with TruckerDesiree who sent us this View From The Cab of the Colorado River on Arizona / California Stateline Interstate 40.

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Now click below for the rest of this week’s View From The Cab …

DriverChrisMc spotted this ‘Weeping willow by the pond outback of the truckstop across from Walmart, in Clarksville, Arkansas’ …

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… and he cropped the picture a bit to get this.

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In New Zealand Vic H left Cheviot on Tuesday ‘where my International clocked up its millionth kilometre I headed north along State Highway 1′ …

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… ‘underneath the railway bridge where the road goes through the Hundalee Hills’ …

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… ‘and then along the Kaikoura coast with its guano-covered rocky islets’ …

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… ‘and down the hill into the town of Kaikoura, with the snow covered mountains in the background’.

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View From The Cab heads tp Sweden now where Bergmanman says, ‘Long time no see [and he's not wrong] – been abroad for 6 months. Back in the truck. Here on my way to Kumla, outside Örebro with 37 tons of paper’.

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Back to America again where Amishtrucker was, ‘coming through Cuero, Texas on US 183 on a cloudy day.

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He says that it’s, ‘Not raining right now in this photo but this area has been receiving quite a bit of rain the last week or two. A blessing really, as this part of Texas can become quite dry this time of the year’.

Our thanks to the Tachoblog Tribe for sending in their Views.  Wonder if we can have an even better post next week?

Would you like to be part of that – or any other View From The Cab?  If you’re a driver then you’re welcome to join in.

All you have to do is is email your View(s) to vftc@tachoblog.com or send a tweet starting #vftc to @tachoblog, or post them on Tachoblog’s Facebook Wall.   Please remember include a line or two of text that says, if nothing else, where the picture was taken.